Extreme ice cream flavors aren’t anything new, but in Britain, they’re making extreme ingredient ice cream that people are plunking down the equivalent of $225 for a scoop. The ice cream’s big draw? It glows in the dark, getting brighter with each lick.

What makes it glow? According to Mashable, Lick Me I’m Delicious’ main ingredient is jellyfish protein. When it comes in contact with the warmth of a tongue, the ice cream starts to glow. The more the ice cream is licked, the more it glows. This is definitely one ice cream you’ll want to eat on a cone.

The glow-in-the dark ice cream isn’t the only kind that Lick Me I’m Delicious makes. They also specialize in their versions of extreme flavors including "roast beef, horseradish and Yorkshire pudding, lamb and mint, cheddar cheese, dark port and stilton (an English cheese), and raspberry mojito."

Roast beef ice cream doesn’t excite me at all, but I’m a bit intrigued by the dark port and stilton. Wine, cheese and ice cream? It’s worth a shot.

Would you pay $225 for a few licks of glow in the dark ice cream or try one of Lick Me I’m Delicious’ extreme flavors?

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Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

Would you pay $225 for this ice cream?
Jellyfish protein-infused ice cream? Ew! But, wait, it glows in the dark.